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Direct Proposals to organize a new Education in the Knowledge Society.
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La escritura de la "generación tecnológica". Emilia Ferreiro (5de5)

Justificación e historia de la escritura abreviada. La falta de reglas para abreviar en español. Abreviaturas más comunes en la actualidad. La escritura abre...

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¿Tenemos la televisión que merecemos? Encuesta a profesionales del medio

¿Tenemos la televisión que merecemos? Encuesta a profesionales del medio | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it
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Casi el 70 por ciento de la población responde negativamente a esta pregunta mientas la mayoría de ellos sintoniza, con el placer que da el morbo anónimo, la entrevista pagada con publici...

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What If OpenClass Succeeds in Disrupting LMS Market?

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If Disruption Occurs

- Learning Platform – There is typically room for only a handful of platform providers based on recent technology markets. Think Apple / App Store and Google / Android in the smart phone markets, with other platforms rapidly disappearing. Think Facebook and LinkedIn and Google+ with social platforms. My guess is that the ed tech market is only big enough to support two “platforms”, or maybe three long-term. Keep in mind that we’re talking about free platforms that are monetized elsewhere (content stores, premium support, increased adoption of content). There are not many companies that have the scale or the additional revenue potential to justify the investment of millions of dollars to support and update a free learning platform.
- Traditional LMS – There will remain a market for traditional LMS offerings, but this market will likely specialize and focus on online programs, government / military schools, and schools with specialized needs that cannot be met by a free platform model. I suspect that open source LMS solutions will focus once again on schools that truly want free as in freedom, as described in Chuck Severance’s book, at the expense of schools who have gone open source purely for financial reasons. The traditional LMS would be far less dominant in ed tech than it is today.
- Ed Tech Competition – What will happen, at least in my opinion, is that the nature of a free platform will move the ed tech competition into learning applications, content tools and disaggregation of content (think Inkling). Yes, there already are existing and new offerings here, but I think we would end up with more competition and greater ability for these applications to scale. We could even see existing LMS providers disaggregating some of their tools and competing in the space, in conjunction with the free learning platforms.
- Content Providers – Publishers as well as OER and self-publishing providers will need to be more clear on the value they provide, as the platform will give greater access to learning content from multiple sources. OER already has a compelling value proposition – open and free (there are those words again). Publishers will need to provide more value-added tools and services, such as Cengage MindTap, and not rely as heavily on their distribution channels.


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avances en supervision educativa - LIBROS DE TEXTO Y PROFESIONALIDAD DOCENTE

avances en supervision educativa - LIBROS DE TEXTO Y PROFESIONALIDAD DOCENTE | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it
revista avances en supervisión educativa...

...Los enseñantes consideran las decisiones del texto como algo que no debe ser sometido a crítica, al contrario, encuentra en ellas seguridad y garantía de buen hacer profesional.

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Apuntes sobre formas emergentes de aprendizaje en la red | LabTIC

Apuntes sobre formas emergentes de aprendizaje en la red | LabTIC | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it

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Cada cuatro segundos roban identidad a una persona en internet: IFAI

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RT @Milenio: #RECOMENDAMOS: Cada cuatro segundos roban identidad a una persona en internet: IFAI http://t.co/LbSDMHI7...

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How to Conduct Multiple Social Media Searches with One Lookup

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How to Conduct Multiple Social Media Searches with One Lookup -http://bit.ly/pZ7T90 ...some useful info from @prfrm...

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A la découverte du Web sémantique

Diaporama présentant les buts et les technologies du Web sémantique.
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Speed essential to combating cyber crime, Kaspersky tells London Conference - 11/2/2011 - Computer Weekly

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Eugene Kaspersky told the London Cyberspace Conference governments must be quicker to react to cyber threats...

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Vive Digital

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Principios básicos del Plan Vive Digital Para asegurar que las intervenciones estatales sean adecuadas e integrales y logren optimizar el uso de los recursos,…...
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Popcorn.js and i-docs: the start of a great relationship? | i-docs

Popcorn.js and i-docs: the start of a great relationship? | i-docs | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it

A glance at popcorn.js and its possibilities for i-docs making, one week before the release of its 1.0 version at the Mozilla Festival in London.


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Apple & Educación » El iPad en la universidad II

Apple & Educación » El iPad en la universidad II | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it
Apple y educación: innovación pedagógica con Apple. Nuevas tecnologías: iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, apps. Herramientas, noticias, aplicaciones didácticas y experiencias de éxito en instituciones educativas.

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Cinco recomendaciones para un docente 2.0

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Personal Learning Environments and Vygotsky - Graham Attwell (April, 2010) PLE

Personal Learning Environments and Vygotsky - Graham Attwell (April, 2010) PLE | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it

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Within this perspective a Personal Learning Environment could be seen as allowing the representation of knowledge, skills and prior learning and a set of tools for interaction with peers to accomplish further tasks. The PLE would be dynamic in that it would allow reflection on those task and further assist in the representation of prior knowledge, skills and experiences. In this context experiences are seen as representing performance or practice. Through access to external symbol systems (Clark, 1997) such as metadata, ontologies and taxonomies the internal learning can be transformed into externalised knowledge and become part of the scaffolding for others as a representation of a MKO within a Zone of Proximal Development. Such an approach to the design of a Personal Learning Environment can bring together the everyday evolving uses of social networks and social media with pedagogic theories to learning.

 

 http://ineducation.ca/article/open-learning-cms-and-open-learning-network


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Ken Morrison's comment, November 25, 2011 6:42 PM
Thank You for sharing this!
I sometimes fail to find the perfect balance between the Constructivist idea that inquiry/tension is the catalyst for engaged learning and this following quote:
”During scaffolding the first step is to build interest and engage the learner. Once the learner is actively participating, the given task should be simplified by breaking it into smaller sub-tasks. During this task, the teacher needs to keep the learner focused, while concentrating on the most important ideas of the assignment. One of the most integral steps in scaffolding consists of keeping the learner from becoming frustrated. The final task associated with scaffolding involves the teacher modelling possible ways of completing tasks, which the learner can then imitate and eventually internalise” (Dahms et al., 2007).
This article gave me some important things to think about. Thanks